24. Try fresh oysters at Galgibaga beach - Fancy oysters? Galgibaga beach is where you should be. This understated beach, not yet ruined by excessive commercialisation, is also famous for being a nesting site for Olive Ridley turtles.
50. Galgibagh BeachGalgibagh beach is blessed with long stretch of sand and is famous for Turtle nesting.
The last beach on the stretch is Galgibaga Beach, also known as the Turtle Beach as that's where turtle nesting happens in season. This is the most secluded beach I have been to in Goa and trust me, it's beautiful. The water is slightly rough and also pulls you in sometimes, but there's not a single soul on the beach, apart from maybe a few 4-5 people practicing slack-lining or hula hooping while sipping on beer.